• CSE Faculty - Chapter 5 Searching

    CSE Faculty - Chapter 5 Searching

    Sequential Search In an unordered list In an ordered list Binary Search Forgetful Version Recognizing Equality Comparison Tree Linked List vs. Contiguous List .Searching We are given a list of records. Each record is associated with a key. We are given one key (target), and are asked to search the list to find the record(s) whose key is the same as the target. May be more than one record with the same key.

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  • Chapter 3 - QUEUE

    Chapter 3 - QUEUE

    Linear List Concepts FIFO (Queue) .Queue - FIFO data structure • Queues are one of the most common of all data-processing structures. • Queues are used where someone must wait one's turn before having access to something. • Queues are used in every operating system and network: processing system services and resource supply: printer, disk storage, use of the CPU,... • Queues are used in business online applications:...

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  • CSE Faculty - Chapter 3: STACK (part b)

    CSE Faculty - Chapter 3: STACK (part b)

    Reversing data items Ex.: Reverse a list. Convert Decimal to Binary. Brackets Parse. Infix to Postfix Transformation. Evaluate a Postfix Expression. Parsing Ex.: Ex.: Postponement of processing data items Backtracking Ex.: Goal Seeking Problem. Knight’s Tour. Exiting a Maze. Eight Queens Problem. .Reverse a list PROBLEM: Read n numbers, print the list in reverse order. Algorithm ReverseList Pre User supplies numbers. Post The...

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  • CSE Faculty - Chapter 3: STACK (part a)

    CSE Faculty - Chapter 3: STACK (part a)

    Contiguous Stack Applications of Stack .Linear List Concepts LIFO (Stack) .Stack ADT DEFINITION: A Stack of elements of type T is a finite sequence of elements of T, in which all insertions and deletions are restricted to one end, called the top. Stack is a Last In - First Out (LIFO) data structure. Basic operations: • Construct a stack, leaving it empty. • Push an element. • Pop an element. • Top an element.

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  • CSE Faculty - Chapter 2 : LIST

    CSE Faculty - Chapter 2 : LIST

    Linear List Concepts List ADT Specifications for List ADT Implementations of List ADT Contiguous List Singly Linked List Other Linked Lists Comparison of Implementations of List Linear List Concepts DEFINITION: Linear List is a data structure where each element of it has a unique successor. element 1 element 2 element 3 .Linear List Concepts (cont.) .Linear List Concepts (cont.) General list: • No restrictions...

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  • Data Structures and Algorithms – C++ Implementation

    Data Structures and Algorithms – C++ Implementation

    BK TP.HCM Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering BK TP.HCM Data Structures and Algorithms – C++ Implementation Huỳnh T n t Email: htdat@cse.hcmut.edu.vn Home Page: http://www.cse.hcmut.edu.vn/~htdat/ .Pointer in C++ Declaration Node *ptr; Create an object ptr = new Node(); A pointer usage printf(“Data in node: %d”, ptr-data); Destroy an object delete ptr; NULL pointer...

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  • CSE Faculty - Chapter 1: Introduction

    CSE Faculty - Chapter 1: Introduction

    What is an algorithm? The logical steps to solve a problem. What is a program? Program = Data structures + Algorithms (Niklaus Wirth) The most common tool to define algorithms. • English-like representation of the code required for an algorithm. Pseudocode = English + Code relaxed syntax being instructions using easy to read basic control structures (sequential, conditional, iterative)

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  • C++ GUI Programming with Qt 3

    C++ GUI Programming with Qt 3

    Why Qt? Why do programmers like us choose Qt? Sure, there are the obvious answers: Qt’s single-source compatibility, its feature richness, its C++ performance, the availability of the source code, its documentation, the high-quality technical support,and all the other items mentioned in Trolltech’s glossy marketing materials. This is all very well, but it misses the most important point: Qt is successful because programmers like it.

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  • Module6 – Internationalization (I18N)

    Module6 – Internationalization (I18N)

    Welcome to the module, Internationalization. This module provides a brief introduction of developing applications for the global market. The module covers the process of internationalization and localization to create applications, which are neutral in terms of countries, languages and regions. Internationalized applications require meticulous planning, failing which re-engineering of the application can be costly. In this module, you will...

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  • Programming Entity Framework: Code First

    Programming Entity Framework: Code First

    Microsoft’s ADO.NET Entity Framework, known widely as EF, introduced out-of-thebox Object Relational Mapping to .NET and Visual Studio. Central to Entity Framework was the Entity Data Model, a conceptual model of your application domain that maps back to the schema of your database. This conceptual model describes the core classes in your application. Entity Framework uses this conceptual model while querying from the database, creating...

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  • Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence

    Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence

    The Panel on Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence was established in early 1992 by the Naval Studies Board (NSB) of the National Research Council in response to a request from the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). The NRL called on the NSB to establish a panel of experts in the fields of computer science and artificial intelligence to interact informally with the laboratory's research staff regarding plans, facilities, capabilities,...

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  • Computer Science Reflections on the Field, Reflections from the Field

    Computer Science Reflections on the Field, Reflections from the Field

    The blossoming of computer science (CS) research is evident in the information technology that has migrated from a specialized tool confined to the laboratory or corporate back office to a ubiquitous presence in machines and devices that now figure in the lives of virtually every individual. This widespread diffusion of information technology can obscure the nature of computer science research underlying the IT— from the perspective of many...

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